Many people that are considering changing their home over to solar power do so because of the savings they will enjoy from not having to pay an energy bill. While this is a very large advantage to using solar power, there are also additional financial benefits to be realized.

Rebates/PECs & Tax Credits

Nevada Energy is offering incentives to home owners that have rooftop solar. Federal tax credits are also available to those who choose to go solar. Currently, these incentives help lowering the costs of purchasing a solar system and because these incentives will expire in the near future, now is the best time to consider going solar.

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Renewable Energy is Sustainable

We at Sol-Up care about the environment and the future of our children. No matter whatever political direction you may come from, most will likely agree that everything possible needs to be done to keep this world livable for our children, grandchildren and the future generations to come.

Solar Is a Good Investment

Everyone knows solar is good for the environment. A less known fact is that buying a solar system is probably one of the best investment opportunities available today. Especially if you live in a location like Las Vegas. All of our solar systems are warranted to work for at least 25 years and substantially increase the value of your home in case you need to move.


Solar Power Fact: The savings on your monthly power bills coupled with preserving a cleaner planet make solar absolutely worth it!


Any investment decision is based on two factors: Profit and Risk. The bigger the risk – the higher the possible profit. If you want to be on the safe side, placing money in a bank savings account will earn you less then 0.5% interest rate per year. Or if you’re hunting for the bargain, the stock market is where you should look – if things go well you can make a profit of 10% over a few years – if not you might lose it all. An investment in solar has the highest returns among all investment products with little to no risks!

To find out if solar is a good investment for your home, contact us today!
NV Energy – Single Family Residential Total Rate (per kWh)
1985 to 2013
Single-Family Residential Rate (per kWh)
1985 to 2013

SPPC = Sierra Pacific Power Company

NPC = Nevada Power Company aka NV Energy

Nevada Power Company – Single-Family Residential Average Monthly Bill
1985 to 2013

Sources: Public Utilities Commission of Nevada’s Presentation to the Legislative Committee on Energy – July 25, 2014. To download the original pdf, please click here.

This document can also be found at http://puc.nv.gov/

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